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The Witch and the Englishman (The Witches Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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But back to point.
I don't believe that J.R. Rain spent the time or effort on this. It almost seemed to me that it had a deliberate lack of editing, allowing things to repeat just to take up space and make a page count. I mean, really, how many times does a reader need to know about caffeine and what it does to her "higher self". I started actually counting after it was mentioned and explained .. again, and then again, and then again later.
Really, this was a novella, a short story. Take out the repeated information, and you have well under 100pages.
Now, those pages were pretty good, but character development was just NOT done like it was in the first. (almost not at all for the H, and none for the rest)
a non quoted example of just how lacking development:
Hey, witchy, you shouldn't do that, bad idea, I want to stop you and I am going to be kinda snotty about it...
Hey, witchy, Ill help and support you, we can do this together.. Ohh, lets do it with insta- friend here. That'll be wonderful!
That is quite a change of face.. from a major character. With no explanation.
I think (hope) this is an in between novella, to give an explanation in the REAL next book about the new character.. (the new character was about as developed as a sheet of paper)...
I will get the next one, just because the first was FANTASTIC, and if this is actually just filler, like a bridge between stories, I will be able to forgive.
Except, for the money, and the actual non repeated information.. it was kinda disappointing.
Let's see, I finished this two nights ago. I was able to have the Whispersynch audible to listen to as I read. I must admit for Francesca Townes, narrator, this book seemed much better than the first one. She was able to handle all the voices male and female with great acting skills. Each character had their own voice and, well, character. The only voice I don't like is the one of the detective. But he isn't around so much so we don't have to put up with that voice very much. Reading with her voice is so important for me now that I just don't want to get into book three without it. So even though I want more of this series, I will wait to pick up the next book.
Meanwhile, the character Allison Lopez is gaining ground in her experience as a witch. It's a good thing as the challenges she faces in this book seem harder, nearly impossible to solve. I love that she gets a new friend out of the deal. I love that we got to know her old friends in more depth. But is she ready for the demon realm?
This book was very intense in places but moved along quite well between. I look forward to more in this series, but please, add Francesca Townes's narration soon!
This book is majorly in the paranormal realm; full of witchcraft, ghosts, a vampire, talk of a sexy werewolf (we Moon fans know & love) & even a seriously nasty demon. For me, the book moves at a great pace from beginning to end. It's scary & gets quite intense, yet is handled in a unique way that made it easy for me to enjoy. This is saying a lot since I am no fan of horror or demons... they are just not my things.
I highly recommend this book (& series) to readers who can enjoy a great mixture of excitement & wit with their paranormal phenomenon. Enjoy!